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  • Jean I. Tchervenkov, MD, FRCSC, FACS CURRICULUM VITAE

    IDENTIFICATION

    OFFICE ADDRESS: Royal Victoria HospitalDepartment of Surgery687 Pine Avenue West, S10.30Montreal, Quebec H3A 1A1

    TELEPHONE: Office - (514) 934-1934 Ext. 34042

    FAX: (514) 843-1503

    LANGUAGES: English, French, Bulgarian

    EDUCATION

    Post-secondary School Education and Training

    Dawson College, Montreal, Canada 1973-1975Diploma of Collegial Studies, Health Sciences

    McGill University, Montreal, Canada 1975-1976Faculty of Science (Pre-Med Year)

    McGill University, Montreal, Canada 1976-1980Faculty of Medicine, MDCM

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    Post-Graduate Medical Education

    Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal, Canada 1980-1981Rotating Internship

    Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal, Canada 1981-1983Resident, General Surgery

    McGill University, Montreal, Canada 1983-1985Royal Victoria HospitalResearch Fellow, Experimental SurgerySupervisors: Dr. Nicolas V. Christou

    Dr. Jonathan L. Meakins

    Royal Victoria Hospital, Montreal, Canada 1985-1987Administrative Chief Resident, General Surgery

    University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Cincinati, USA 1987-1988Research Fellow, Transplantation

    University of Cincinnati Medical Center, Cincinati, USA 1988-1989Clinical fellow, Transplant Surgery

    University of Cincinnati Medical Center, C Cincinati, USA 1989-1990Research/Clinical Fellow, Transplant Surgery

    MEDICAL LICENSES AND BOARD CERTIFICATIONS

    License, New York State 1981License, Province of Quebec (81221) 1981National Board of Medical Examiners 1981LMCC 1981License, State of Florida 1982License, Province of Ontario 1982License, State of Ohio 1987Corporation Profesionelle des Medecins Specialistes du Quebec 1987Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Canada (FRCS) 1987American Board of Surgery Certified 1988Amercian Board of Surgery ReCertified 1998Certificate of Competence in Transplantation Surgery 1989University of CincinnatiLicense, State of Vermont 2003

    APPOINTMENTS

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    University

    Assistant Professor of Surgery 1990-1996McGill University

    Associate Professor of Surgery, Tenured 1996-PresentMcGill University

    Hospital

    Assistant Surgeon 1990-1996Royal Victoria HospitalGeneral Surgery, Transplantation, Surgical Intensive Care Unit

    Director, Liver Transplant Program 1990-1998Royal Victoria Hospital

    Assistant Surgeon 1991-PresentMontreal Childrens HospitalLiver and Kidney Transplantation

    Assistant Surgeon 1991-PresentSte. Justine HospitalLiver and Kidney Transplantation

    Assistant Surgeon 1995-PresentMontreal General HospitalGeneral Surgery, Transplantation

    Associate Surgeon 1996-PresentRoyal Victoria HospitalGeneral Surgery, Transplantation, Surgical Intensive Care Unit

    Surgical Director of Transplantation 1998-2003McGill University Health Center

    Assistant Surgeon 2003-PresentFletcher Allen Health CareGeneral Surgery, Transplantation

    Director of Multi-Organ Transplantation Program 2003-2006McGill University Health Center

    Director of Kidney Transplantation 2003Present McGill University Health CenterRoyal Victoria Hospital

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    Director of Live Donor Transplantation 2007-PresentMcGill University Health CenterRoyal Victoria Hospital

    Surgical Director of Transplantation Pediatrics 2007-PresentMcGill University Health CenterMontreal Childrens Hospital

    ACADEMIC AWARDS AND HONORS

    McGill University Entrance Scholarship 1975

    Royal Victoria Research Institute Scholarship 1984

    Johnson & Johnson Fellowship 1987The Surgical Infection Society

    John Armour Fellowship 1992-1994

    Chercheur Boursier Scholar (Quebec) 1993-1999

    Lifetime Recognition Award for Organ Donation & Transplantation 2008Quebec Transplant

    INVITED LECTURES AND PRESENTATION

    McGill University

    1. McGill University Health Center, Multidisciplinary Surgical Grand Rounds, Whats New in Transplantation? Montreal, PQ, January 29, 2004.

    2. McGill University Health Center - Back to Basics Seminar Montreal, PQ March 2004 - Clinical Immunology in Transplantation.

    Abroad1. Visiting Professor. Dept.of Surgery, St.Lukes Medical Center. Controversies in Indications for

    Liver Transplantation.1993.

    2. Visiting Professor. Dept.of Surgery, New England Medical Center, Tufts University, Surgical Grand Rounds. Hepatitis B Liver Cirrhosis is an indication for Liver Transplantation. Boston, MA 1996.

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    3. Invited Speaker. Quebec Association of General Surgeons. Update on Liver Transplantation and Hepatitis B. Manoir Richelieu, 1998.

    4. Invited Speaker, Center for Clinical Immunology and Transplantation. Update in Liver Transplantation. 1998.

    5. Invited Speaker. International Molecular Farming Conference. Hepatic Xenotransplantation: Fulminant hepatic failure a window of opportunity. 1999.

    6. Invited Speaker. Quebec Transplant Association. Long term outcome of hepatitis C liver transplant recipients under different immunosuppression. London, ON, 2001.

    7. Visiting Professor. Dept.of Surgery, Emory University - Atlanta, Georgia. Induction Therapy and Renal Function in Liver Transplant Patients. 2002.

    8. Invited Speaker. Fujisawa Investigator Coordinator Meeting. Update on Hepatitis C, Results in Liver Transplantation. Toronto, ON. 2002.

    9. Visiting Professor. Dept.of Surgery University of Vanderbilt, Nashville, TN. The Impact of Renal Function in Liver Transplantation. 2002.

    10. Invited Speaker, Genzyme Liver Investigator Meeting. Use of Thymoglobulin in Liver Transplant Patients; Implications with Hepatitis C and Renal Function. New Orleans, Louisiana, 2004.

    11. Invited Speaker. Genzyme Training Meeting, Liver Transplantation: Whats New and Challenging. Boston, MA. 2004

    12. Invited Speaker. Transplant Fellows Workshop, Canadian Transplant Congress. Hepatitis C Recurrence. Mont-Tremblant, QC. 2004.

    13. Invited Speaker, Societe quebecoise de transplantation. Expanded Criteria Donors. Quebec City, QC, 2004.

    14. Invited Speaker, 5th Annual Canadian Transplant Forum, Canadian Transplant Society. Cadaveric Renal Transplantation and Expanded Criteria donors. Vancouver, BC. 2004

    15. Invited Speaker. Use of Expanded Criteria Donors in Renal Transplant Patients; McGill Experience, Jamaica, January 2004.

    16. Visiting Professor. Transplantat Surgery, McMaster University,Utilization of Expanded Criteria Donor Kidneys: Are we doing enough? Hamilton, ON, 2005

    17. Presentation, Annual Renal Transplant Forum, Canadian Transplant Congress. Expanded Criteria Donor; The McGill Experience. Banff, AB, March 2005.

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    18. Presentation, Annual Liver Transplant Study Group, Canadian Transplant Congress. Acute Liver Transplant Survival and MELD score; The McGill Experience. Banff, AB, March 2005.

    19. Visiting Professor. Transplant Surgery, University of British Columbia, Optimizing the use of cadaveric kidneys: a Canadian experience. Vancouver, BC, 2005.

    20. Visiting Professor. Transplantat Surgery, University of Alberta, Optimizing the use of cadaveric kidneys: a Canadian experience. Edmonton, AB, 2005.

    21. Invited Speaker, Schering Update from Speakers Bureau in Nevada, Montreal, QC, April 2005.

    22. Invited Speaker, Schering Update on HCV screening and treatment, Montreal, QC April 2005

    23. Invited Speaker, Novartis Annual Forum on Immunological Pathways in Transplantation. Calcineurin Sparing Protocols in Organ Transplantation. Madrid, Spain, April 2005.

    24. Invited Speaker, Annual Forum on Immunological Pathways in Transplantation. Calcineurin Sparing Protocols in Organ Transplantation. Basel, Switzerland, April 2005.

    25. Invited Speaker, Societe quebecoise de transplantation, Hepatitis B and liver transplantation: 12 years experience. Review of post liver transplant treatment of hepatitis C. Quebec City, October 2005.

    26. Visiting Professor. Dept of Surgery, Dalhousie University. Antithymocyte Globulin Induction Therapy in Hepatitis C positive Liver Transplant Recipients. Halifax, NS, 2005.

    27. Visiting Professor. Dept of Surgery, Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School. Induction Therapy in Liver Transplantation patients. Boston, MA, 2005.

    28. Visiting Professor. Dept of Medicine, Dalhousie University. Calcineurin Sparing Protocols in Organ Transplantation. Halifax, NS, 2006.

    29. Visiting Professor. Dept of Surgery. Westchester Medical Center, New York Medical College. Polyclonal Antibody in Liver Transplant. Westchester, NY, 2006.

    30. Visiting Professor. Transplant Surgery, The Lahey Clinic. Thymoglobulin in Liver Transplantation. Burlington, MA, 2006.

    31. Visiting Professor. Dept of Surgery, Vancouver General Hospital, University of British Columbia. Induction Therapy in Liver Transplantation; Indications and Rational. Vancouver, BC, 2007.

    32. Invited Speaker. The Transplantation Society New Key Opinion Leader Meeting 2007, Expanded Criteria Donors in Kidney Transplantation, Montreal, Quebec, 2007.

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    33. Visiting Professor. LifeLink and Tampa General Hospital. Impact of Thymoglobulin on Renal Function and Calcineurin Inhibitor Initiation in Recipients of Liver Transplants, Tampa, FL. 2007.

    34. Visiting Professor. TransLife, Florida Hospital Orlando. Impact of Thymoglobulin on Renal Function and Calcineurin Inhibitor Initiation in Recipients of Liver